Health "experts" would rather have no regulations on their products and less accountability from any consumers' complaints or harm. Bill will present a slide show with audience participation.
London, whose doctorate is in health education, teaches and writes about the promotion of health-related misinformation, sensationalism, superstition, pseudoscience, fraud, and quackery. He is the Consumer Health columnist for Skeptical Inquirer online, the editor of Quackwatch's e-newsletter Consumer Health Digest, and cohost of the Credential Watch website (a Quackwatch affiliate). He was co-founder and first president of the Ohio Council Against Health Fraud and later served as president of the National Council Against Health Fraud. William is also a scientific and technical consultant to the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. This past year he has spearheaded the Center for Inquiry’s online Coronavirus Resource Center and “Dubious COVID-19 Treatments and Preventives” webpage.
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